We had to rule things in or out; or if they fell into the maybe category we had to find a way of understanding why this WorkLife choice may or may not work and then rule it in or out. And so the process continued.
Stories of what people did when life threw them a curveball, when they had to regroup and rethink their WorkLife plan. Stories of sometimes unimaginable pain and loss. Stories of courage and strength in the face of adversity. Stories of resilience, reinvention and ultimately recovery.
The series of lessons throughout the book are designed to help you find, develop and tell the right story at the right time in all WorkLife situations – in day-to-day communication: WorkLife and feedback conversations, presentations, talks, and negotiations, at interviews, and when socialising and networking in building and maintaining good relationships.
Sleeping on it can help for sure, but some emotions last longer than a day. Continue to acknowledge your emotions and let go of those that don’t persist.
“Have you ever noticed how the most intriguing individual in the room seems content to listen more than speaking?”
Following what engages and inspires you in living a fulfilled WorkLife will give you courage to buckle the trend to move in a new direction
Step 1: Think about a belief you have had in the past about something you want and need. Consider if that’s something you still want and need. Question if the way you went about fulfilling this want and need was incorrect or correct.
Bridget has begun to establish herself as a guest speaker and panel member, which in turn is allowing her to become an established and recognised literary artist who is respected for her work, through which she makes a living.
Delilah takes a combined approach to her learning, development and growth needs. Fine-Tuning her hard and soft skills
She had a plan that had formed out of a desire to do good—a desire to make a positive impact to the lives of less privileged children.